Civil Engineering Electronics
The Civil Engineer Electronic UTFSM is a professional who has academic training aimed at contributing to the country competently and innovator in the sciences and technologies related to electronics, processing, transmission and use of signals and information between which highlights areas Computer, Automatic Control, Industrial Electronics and Telecommunications. The Civil Engineer Electronic UTFSM is also prepared to work in border areas in their discipline and, multidisciplinary, integrated into areas such as Biotechnology, Physics, Management, Information Technology, Mathematics, among others. The Civil Engineer Electronic UTFSM has as a fundamental component of their training, the ability to develop innovative applications and solutions in their field and related areas, as well as learn new skills in a rapidly evolving discipline.
At the same time, this professional has the training that integrates humanistic and ethical to help you develop an understanding and appreciation of the social environment aspects, and the responsibilities you have. Similarly, the training process includes a significant component management. The purpose of these components is to help them effectively assume responsibility and multidisciplinary work, interaction with the environment and driving involvement and working groups.
The training process gives curricular spaces and acknowledges the participation of students in creative activities and formal academic research projects. Likewise, it tends to training that respects and encourages community service and expression.
Also part of this profile professional capacity to understand and handled with ease in applications and own experimental work in the specialty. This is consolidated through a strong component of experimental training in modern laboratories, in harmony with the theoretical training, helps them learn in the experiment, measurements, theoretical-empirical testing, etc. This professional is also trained to make efficient use of information technology, either as a proper object of their specialty, as well as the role of tool for signal processing as well as analysis, synthesis, design and simulation .
The curriculum Electronic Engineer, includes 64 subjects plus two practices of two months each. Of all subjects comprising the curriculum, 16% corresponds to basic science subjects, 25% in engineering sciences, applied engineering 19% to 17% of social and human sciences and 23% in subjects electives. The plan structure their courses follows a common trunk training and three sets of subjects selected by the student from the eighth semester:
- Mention subjects: determining the specialty, with these Computer, Control and Instrumentation, Industrial Electronics, and Telecommunications.
- Complementary subjects: determining additional training in some area of Engineering (Computer, Control and Instrumentation, Industrial Electronics, Telecommunications Management, Information Technology, Mathematics or Physics).
- Free Subjects: freely chosen any activity or specialty.